I made my first in-camera YouTube appearance this week in the latest video from Oh The Urbanity!, discussing Protected Intersections.
How Freeways Make or Break Active Transportation Networks
Freeways are the pinnacle of car infrastructure, allowing motorists to travel long distances safely and conveniently. But when freeways run through urban areas, they have major impacts on people’s ability to walk and cycle.
What is the Future for Ottawa’s Merivale Road?
Curious to get to know a new neighbourhood in Ottawa, I met up with another local blogger to walk his community’s main street.
After Seven Years, I’ve Bought a Car
After living car-free in downtown Toronto and Ottawa, I thought I could continue my car-free journey in the suburbs. For nine months, it worked fine, but eventually my wife and I caved.
Car Dependency is a Spectrum
A community is not simply car-dependent or not. Understanding the various levels of car-dependency can help us create more resilient and multimodal communities.
How to Build a Bike-Friendly Hospital
Hospitals are major destinations with unique travel demands. In our auto-centric world, the default assumption is that most people will drive there and that cycling is just not possible. But evidence locally and abroad shows that hospitals can be major cycling destinations – we just need to include the right ingredients.